Group Title: St. Augustine examiner (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Title: St. Augustine examiner
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Title: St. Augustine examiner
Alternate Title: Saint Augustine examiner
Physical Description: v. : ; 46-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Matthias R. Andreu.
Place of Publication: St. Augustine, Fla.
St. Augustine, St. John's County, Fla
Publication Date: January 26, 1861
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Additional Physical Form: Also issued on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1858; ceased in 1876?
General Note: Editor: M.R. Cooper, <1874>.
General Note: Publishers: M.R. Andreu, <1859-1861>; Fourth N.H. Regt., <Apr. 9-May 8, 1862>; M.R. Andreu, <1866-1874>.
General Note: "The Union must and shall be preserved" <1862>.
General Note: "An independent press, the palladium of liberty" <1867>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 23 (Apr. 28, 1860).
General Note: Latest issue consulted: Vol. 12, no. 10 (Oct. 4, 1873).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00048642
Volume ID: VID00224
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 08790001
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Let's try and be Dozngl "If you please, ma'am, Mrs Arnold is Death of Lewis Clark Gkes-
at BY MRS. M. P. A. CROELEE. waiting," anid a servant, thrusting her With deep sorrow we have to record the
Let up an be ng, nor itftwthemorrow; round red face through the open door. death gf Maj. Lewik G. Gaines.-He died
PE BLISHED EVERT SATE RDAY ng,, ars.l, ( r*, ..... an, m er .0 ...rr..*r "Tell her I'llbe down in one moment." at ble residencein Clay county, on Sunday,
12 God sl, I v..4 .. ...c r.. ..t.,r; Mattie Wayne turned the bill from side the 80th als., after an illness of only three
il, ....g c r c...,-, a .. k ( employmer.I. to side, and looked thoughtially at it.- days. This announcement will cause the
$1. AllgilStille, St.30llD S CO.. FIL ,. -- 7 ., i.e.r ....... ..w na r...Jere. are le.* Had she not better place temptation out hearts of many of our citizens to throbwith
Lt as ..2 p.,re ,,"r..A or..i>r- of her reach and leave it at home ? painful emotions. His salents, noble and*
"Nonsense I shall not spend it," was generous disposition, and ardent love of

eaagilment 1.. g ido* Heavenhas aggreed no it do the next reflecting, and Mrs Wayne placed humanity, yon theesteem and allection of
me.: i...porr.. 1. M Idife near ns in her portemonnaie, and ran up stairis sway vae wiih he becamenequamled
Fdv sent a rr in e a:to Int.. 1 s war a todress. .... ... haucol" abya>uledmanand
RECE OF TION: tr. of Isr *Citte re ss.....Ja..J esus.... ...... .... .
TWO DOLLARS PERANNUll ranges. Use sure. ....: : **- sh ma
T is. L .mmame v ..r.1 wind, 1. to I Goa's supetewall be starshine. our bosome to
IN .dDFL1'CF Gin as a Ageni. uni mar..i Ir. r.J.1,r;..r, ... E1.4 ear .elease fill she cashIterti96 fM-Ae
Time*OLDLONLuiN 001. OIN ofAleare .el. 1.--1....r.. v..s r. f=.phrr., lic.m th aboul.1 of 166la
A. hI. BININCER & CO., 10 Broad street, has I STATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY, and ad- Ro tod is so lowly, zirenderal to Benin, ADYEWRSEMBETs willsbe inserted onthe been a favorite with the profession for Joany i additional testimony from DR. JACKSON, of Bos- It may nobbe noted by angle abore: **Talitr r, Matt aI I never saw any. th:*ns yet had pauence to argue with Lhe
On DKorl ar per square, of twelve lines and lea s it i aude a m diand onitwho testifies under ,onth to its absolute No servi sodsimpletifdaithfully givenit with thingAg obeap!" whispered Mr. Arnold most simple-minded.--He was at always *4
ander, for the tiratmsertion, and Seventy-Five tions have been folloired. It is evidently the CERTIFICATES. love. But I really do not need it atpresent, correct in his conclusions, he wbuld have

al pr de ofyleadca ulb a 1, b s 1 We have caref I setlepdh ,e ep9e fl 8s- Though humble the labor, the wild tird while he o dcMnTa3 si e until ypn do, ma'- boememore than mnand a he was in
writing, rb ad s ti to he and aromatic flavor. In the course of a practice nut Grove Whiskey which you sent us and frud singing am," persisted the clerk. **That is the demand. He was conscientiously attached
perly connected with 61e business shall fee e s haveks occasion to teest ine 0 that it contains ne ofjheil8ottsonous Su nee hIs leasing his God inethe song that he trillso great advantage of these goods---they ne- to the principles of the old Whig pirty, and
hMe arC sep a andtr toedano .excess of exanxis t td more s arOmp b ee ] 3d and injurious ingredient of the whiskeys in ing, up-spring ver go out of fashion. Think of it-a maintslined them with all the ener of is'
Ailadvertisements not marked with the num- has no equal. Really good gin is indispensable genera use. BOOTH, GARRET & CAMAC In smiles andinperfume its dutyfulfills. shawl like this for wenty, dollars 1 You nature to the very close of his life.
oer of insertions required, will be continued in every household, and the OLD.LONDON Analytical Cherisists So a smile f em your lips, for the poor who n sq won't have another such chance in ten Maj Gaines was a native ofVi ball
natil forbid, and charge for* DOCK comes emphatically under that head. In New York, Sept. 3rd, 1858 li I rglula,
IIAL,. Five Dollars will be chargedfor iall an- selling such an article at a fair price this old I have analyzed a sam le of Chesnut Grove ne e t, years spent most of his life, previous to his re- *
sonnoements of Candidates for Uflice, ad- Knickerbooker house are doing much for the Whiskey, receivedfrom Ir. Charles Wharton, A word of sweethopefortheheartin despair, "How I wish I had not bought that moval to Elorida, in Tennessee and North
Obituary notices, when they excee six cause of true temperance* Jr., of Philadelphia, and having carefully tested A wood efuse counsel for hun who.may heed it. India wrapper of mine," said Mrs. Arnold, Alabam. A better world claims him
lines in length will be charged for at advertise- COLTON SALTER, M. D* somaPmie o r dat hait its isu ne38 fr flagrant tolleaven as the incense of pray- "I certainly would have preferred this." now.-Home Cityaspon.
in or act advertisements payable quarterly; 8 West 89th Street, N. Y* is an unusually pure and fine flavored quality of 'fl will take it," said Mrs. Wayne, lay-
advertisements from strangers and transient "BININGER'S OLD LONDON DOCK GIN** whiskey. Let's up and be doing, nor wait for the morrow, ing down her solitary note, and sileneing A MOTHEB'S RAVE.-Earth haS 60me
pers epda ab ade 1 de.forAll others will be s8aes1sesall thedqualities that cast b des red for n N, Nor long for great deeds to be given us to flo; her conscience with the reflection-'
co 6.spour a so r an - loi(c sef jts ingredients e site tillji I have made a chem on, Ms h theo r- An glesto liads nb w coo e down les can't help seeing how cheap it is !" the shoes rom ourhfe t, nd treading with
Application for Letters of Administra. pungent and flavorous with the aromatistincture anal samples of Cheenut Grove Whiskey; which from the blue. the, do look at these silke!" ex-
tion - - - 5 00 of the juniper berry. Age has mellowed all proves tobe free from the heavy Fusil Oils, and So dbing!-for brief is the hour thatie given claimed another lady who had just recog- pleasure are unfitting; places where friend-
Noti aqoDebton an Caleditondmig 7 00 thMenmingled ar laso db 1 n anda rf th su hi y rd11 mt eheGr n To mortals to toil on this sin-clouded earth, nized Mrs.. Wayne. "Did you ever see ship's hands have lingered in each other's,
trator - - - - - 10 00 floral odor to the liquor, which readers it deli- used in manufacturing st. Respectfully. And many choice, germshare been planted by anything with such a luster-and so where vows have been plighted, prayers of-
gg" All bills for Job Printing, must be paid eious to the senses of smell and taste alike, whilp A. A. HAYES, M. D., State Assayer, Heaven, cheap7,, fered, and tears of parting shed. Oh, how *
a delivery of the work. its a trki g liquid purity leaves nothing for the For Sale by 14o. 16, Boylston Street. That wait for the sunlight to bring them to .s eyes sparkled with true the thoughts hover around anch places,
SHERIFJU'S SALE. In conclus n, NI Rm COrnTkBat ST. AUGUSTINE, ... feminine rapture as she glanced at the and travel back through immeasured space
Y virtue of an Execiation issued out of the street Y. Y. merit the gratitude of the*entire Sept. 8, 1860. ]y Th9 ty-DOilar fliU. A gle shining folds, and from lifias moment she to visit them. Butof all the spots on the
Circuit Court for the counties of Volusia and medical profession as well as of the. world at fOr the Tilll68 We a lost woman, as far as the chan from green earth, none is so eared as that
Reward in the Eastern Circuit of Florids and tc large, for having m todneed a stimulant of such ge b t th
me directed and delivered in favor of TYilliam B. unexceptionable purity and unequivocal power, g gp ECTIN E BY MRB. GEORGE WASHINGTON WYLLT8. the lifty dollar bill went 1 were restal wai ing e resurrection,
Gik.. e;s. al. r Ruke K Sewall..r I wife, thave both as prevenive and curative agent. and a The January stir streamed cheerfully in, Is it faqjg to blame her? Let those cast those we once cherished and loired. Hence,
L '"e T f a aff. t...u ... (**es. jailtt@1918>.4 seqoss the grimson carpet of the song little the first stone who donotilanow how strong in all ages, the better portion of mankind
of April 1859, at the nsnal hour of sale the fol- December 1 1800. For the prevention and cure of Fever and -room-the fire glowed yedly in the grate, iiI theinfluend of brbWdeliim ms, harp chosen the lywedspots for the burial
is r tdescri h na H vi Ague and Bilious Fevers. This wonderful re- and the manary, whose cage hung in the cheap goodsand advising friends one oftheir dead, and in.those spose dey 'Have

g*;z gar Rivet* Line ""I'9"E' "i= ;; 0 He dl bd n an er e o set mthinponsiderate of n went etcohm i an
Miles on the 18th day of Jtily 1813and canfirm- pe e colwn seeki p an eex- spice-groves, instead of the clime ofesnow as makes you look so grave, Mattief,, of the dead, if there is one spot more sa-
T eJ n .s le p 0 ned until the Ist On discovering his condition, one of the Boat- and wind. And Mr. Wayne, ashe buttoned ask rs Arnold on their way home. cred than all the rest, it is a mother's grave.
a[o-aday in May. m neao knismutd so monwl in a usayin up his overeont and fitted on his gloves, "did I look grave ? I was only think- ere sleeps the mother of our infancy-
The above sales postponed until the farut THE STEMIER thoughincredulonsastoitsvirtues;heeorriplied, preparatoryto fancing the keen outer air, ing!,, theguideof our youth---the counsellor of
Monh bm Junele is postponed until the first Pl appri edix e4Ua rehef, andhns sin glanced round, very much as though he Only thinking-only recalling the folly our riper years--our friend when others
by e is postponed until the first malarious complaints would prefer staying with the fire and the and extravagance of which she had been ertee us; she whojeelheart was a stran-
Monday in August. Onfurther investigation he found that the canary-bird! guilty; only feeling for the first time the g very 0 or ing but love, and
Theabovesale is postponed until the first boaiman attributed toitmaraculouspowers, and bitter sti of who could always find exouses for us when
Monday in September next. E. R. IVES, Captain, said that it could only be obtained from age Just as he resolutely put on his fur cap, ag remorse. we could find none for ourselves.< There
The above saleis postponed until the first Priests of the Sun. Sometime afterwards, the the door opened and his wife came in-one What IFould Charles say?
b ydnO it ned until the first oLn 1 et io le kWharf Jack- con xas t @ puz 3inae of those bright-eyed, rosy-cheeked little Itwealate when he came home, and shealeepsandwelovethe very earthfor
Monday iaNovember next. Tuesday, Fridays and Sundays, For Palatka certained where the medicinalherbswere found women whom it is very easy to apoil, and Mattie had not the courage to make her
The abovDm erPnos oned until the firs anil Intermediate Landings. r h he r oropounde .td awondler very difleult to control. The crimson confession at once. Orgel, grapy pygagg,
Th vesaleis postponed until the fast RETURNING. liefinthe mindsof the nativesin the miraen- merino dress she wore;was the prettiest "How is the business world to-dar, The Marysville Democrat tells of a
monday in January next. Will leave Palatka at six o'clock A. M. on lous healin powers of their Priests. possible contrast to her h-bl Charles?" she asked. handsome young widow residing there
The above sale is postponed until the FIrst Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Since his return to America, it has been tried peaC ossom IIe shook his head. cagg who, like all of heralass, is petered wid
Monday in February next, TOUCHING AT INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS. with the happiest effect by several Ladies and obeeks, and the white lace frills at her thers are look- suitors. On Monday last wash da
The above sale is postponed until the ilrst And connecting at Picolata with Stages for Gentlemen of high character, who have given throat and wrists were more become g'than Ing very badly-we business men need one came alon She was ( mg yl)
Monday in.March next. St. Augustine at One o'clock P. M. on time Up it the most unqualified praise. This remedy a at tak a g. up to the e -
The above sale is postponed until the first Trip, and Nine A. M. on the Down Trip; having been a specificin Persia for hundreds or the costliest French embroidery could have every ce we can e au scrape togeth- bows in suds, and opened the door with a.
Mondayin April next. Will also make regular weekly trps to Mid. years, for the prevention and cure of Fever been, while her siny black silk apron, all er. And, by the way, Mattie, I am a lit. determination to say something harsh;
The above sale is postposed until the first dieburg.arid intermediate landings, leaving and Ague and Bihous Fevers-is now offered fHe d ele sorry you went shopping to-day. Sever thought better ofit, and said to the hand-
monday in May next. Jacksonville every Thursday Morning at six to the American people. ru a an lace, and coquettish, pockets> some man*
The above sale is postponed until the first o'clock, Returning same day to Jacksonville. It will be sent by mail, prepaid, with full might have been w monday in June next. AGENTS-T. HARTIDGE, Jacksonville. directions for use, on receipt of one dollar* think I am able to p at one when th -morning, Mr. Peters; I am very
The above sale is postponed until the first JOSEPH FE'RILEIRA, Picolass. Principal l>epotand Manufactory, 188 .Main had rather an ornamental effoot! ay e, el glad to see you, and should be glad to have
Mgndayin July next. We8 RARRIS, Tecoi. St. Richmond;Va. })ranch Office, Bank on twin- "Are you of already, Charlie 7,, have seen you looking at zpensive goods you come in, but die fact is I am busy isi
The above sale is postponed until the first O. DUVAL, Palatks. merce Building, New York. Address Mr. W as down town. Ofoourse I snow you were the kitchen, washing "
Monday in August next, T. J. BRANNING, Middleburg. *JOHN WILCOX &.00 ayne nodded. To be sure, pass. ** "Ah "
The above sale is postponed until the fires Nov. 8. 1860. ly. July 141860. 17. These are times when a man can't watch only looking, for- no matter, he answered, "I will
Monday in September next" his b .,, Mattie's face waeacarlet. sit alittle while in there; you can just go
NTnh nTceale isePxostposed until the first .I. V. Hernandez. 8 ND FOR A SPECIMEN NUMBER OF ,, usi too closelwant some money,,, "I have epent the money you gave me, a th oeur Us ame; deligh
The above sale is postponed until the Arst Charles," she said; "but-" home-like "
Mon a mbierpoes oned until the first MERCHANT TAILOR BR YAM 8 nisbum leady nub ng r annans exhw His look of amazemqot-almost horror If he was delighted, so was not the wid-
Mondgy in December next, hasjust returned from Savannah, with a fresh stricken look -checked her for a moment, but she went ow, Site gave tim a chair, and chawed a
he abqvg salais is postponed until the Arst and elegantStockof goods, whichhe isprepared [],LUSTIFATE]) on resently and related the whole away qume merrily; however, si the game
Ilenday in January 1801 to make to order, in the most fashionable and "Money! what for?" P > Story. too, seousingly very mook on
Ihe shows sale so postponed rintil the faret Satisfactoegr 'iMrs. Arnold Wishes me to sh "0an you pardon 20 folly?" she asked, the work belore her
Monday in February. Wm. B. DAVIS, Decemb T LA DY'S NE W S- was,,..... ** **** Presently she son up a lay-stead wash.
Acting, Bheritr Breverd counts KING'S MOUNTAIN MILITARY "But you don't need to buy anythia He rose and walked once or twice noross basin, and filled it full of hot auds from the
gHarch 5th-180s PAPER. = x e..w es..-,. as. "" the floor, with a disturbed air. boiler on the stove, and stepping to a eable,
SOROOL, id Wayne, pot- "I shall b took up.a bouquet shat was laying thereon
9 YOREVILLE, 8) C. THE ORLY LADY'S NEWSPAPTEARPUBLISR. tiably, 'bu Is eantalittle money, neve b fore-ask th ld a no d be- 4 inks on unlooent man or conser
The Institution is modeled after would Mrs. Arnold think if I wents shop- his rent," he said, with grave annoyance. the botamoal name of one of tbo flowers
IR OVery 008Rty Of the UBI the Boqth Carolina Military Acade. Specimen numbers sent, post-paid, on the rej .th "Oh, Oharles, if I had poly left that contained therein. Of course he raised
mies, of which the Principals are ceipt of a three eentatamp. plug W1 an empty purse? mone as home!" faltered Mrs. Wa from the obair and stopped forward to
graduates. A Classical course is added. For J. II. BRYAM & CO., Mr. Wayne whistled ominously, and 7 ** examine it. .The malicious woman adroi-
full informal pil{J1NKINS 112 South Third Streets shook his head, as he loanded the depths "Matcie!" said her husband, sitting sly set down the basininche vacatedaeas.-
O engagein tel toft 4m of he sit8 dd CAPT. A. CO1YAILD. Principals. Nov. 2. Philadelphia, Pa of his pocket. down beside her, and- taking the little Tnen she riveted his gaze with one of her
oum j inna are >f the most IPteresting December 1 1860. bw. "I haven't anything but a fifty dollar hand that trenibled so violently, "I thought, sweetest miles, and presented to him the
charancer, adapted to the wants of the Fartner, .Ry@ RO W OR bill Mattie?" how it would be, when you wanted the bouques and begged he would keep it for
MechanicandMerchant; they are published in JUST REGEIVED. her eake-and bade him reimo:e his seat
the best style and bound in the most substantial PAULDING'S prepared Glue, for immediate B YE FLOUR, BUCK WHEA2 "I will take shat, air !" said Mrs.Wayne, money this morning, just to make a show He obeyed. That widow has not had a
manner, & oh aLpl in the Libray use, Choice extracts for flavoring, vb: ILOUR, EXTRA FAM2LY demurely. Never be pshamed of an empty purse, my caller in her kitchen sinee.
ery & industrious IremonVanillaOrangeRaspherry,8trawber' "Holdon, though-I shall need that dearwhenyouhare noneed for a full
has as rPs no portunity fos 8 m nTe. also Parego uomEli3 41 z Ipium FLOUR IN HACKA for rent next week.', one. This ip a hard lesson for you, but I ask., The Contrifugal gun was exhibi-
profitable employment seldomto e met with. ders, Congress Water, Epsom Salts,. Castor Oil, For Sale at E. CARR'8. "Well, you may have it---only I watt shall not think the fifty dollars thrown ted in Boston last, week. It la claimed by
& Perseas desirin to act as agents will Senna, Gusuarabic, poe, Cloves, Cassia. Sept 22-1860. th I away, if it teaches you prudence. Here- the inventor, Mr. Dickenson, that thingan
receivepromptlyby max fuliparticulara, terms, Sept.*15. H. E. CARR. e pily ege of carrying it to-day. Don't after le to will throw five hundred-balls
to.,ty ad gY, on I' #d PAINTS AND OILS. i s I & ToT I tBolsT s be a provoking, Charles----one would think **I she as neve allud t, re said i &D OnRk hpo

LINSEED OIL, White Lead, Turpentine p Dj ea ab bl{ oM waGla "And you are, in all essentials 1" said Mattie, her bright eyes shining through The balls are fed into a funnel wi@a sho-
FLINT CORN. Zing Paint, Black Lead, Letherage, Glass, Penders, Shovel and Tonge Andirone, assorted Mr. Wayne, placing the bank-note in her mxat, like a rainbow. vel, from which the gue feeds itilelf. Is
OO Bage for Rominy. Cow Peas for table Putty, Chrome Green, Chrome Yellow, Chrome Curtain Shades, Candlesticks, Rocking Chairs, extended d h ful .Bhe did not-and the fifty dollars was throws its shot singly but contianously, as
use, II, R. CAEB. Red, Prussian Blue, Faine Brushes. Feathers, Hair, Moss. palm, an giving or a plal the best investricas Charles Wayne over a rate equal to clie ceaseless At 10,000 of
ev. 17, Sept. 35. B. R. CARE. Nov. 17. B. 5, CARE hies as he took his departure. zoadel ment

to the Boathern OiRoereof the United
States Navy.
Sage Hollaraw, S.0.. Jan.14, 1861.
Because I believe the time has come
when every man of you, who holds South.

r:. .:. as: -r e::t r e:.;:,
the UnitqoStates poa 3ooN the force

wereigtAS thera Statethe watens
lower one on the Feder 1 Union. This

ase tdur her saf t'bbe htmor ide ireds
from inotives peace nod humanity, the
blood of}wr children will be poured out
freely,-if necessary, and will mingle with
',i':.T"to'st "i'',"'::MF,
waiting.for the call. Four Southern States
A ve unstars in the fing under which you
1 lie Iat t rteeethqthal
that "the azure field," never to shine
then again. The Government of the
IStates adi olved; itm is anal,

he no 1 10 1 aral arreulchran
us sun. ..I. will. Ice usered, road I.lmost
ble..f -i..a.....i i.". I.slitellon
Sin*<*ul f :.rtl. Larolion trustod du

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40 $1%g,

MATURIPAY, 4'tT 26,1854.

duly authorized to act ass Ifor a

scriptions, make collectipes, an recpipt for tl e
In ss mo nsales
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- Another Star has Disappeared.
e --
t Another Star has disappeared from the
s oncebrilliantConstellationof States; and
h a govErnment, wilich had corne into exis.
. tence noder the moss hopeful prospects,
- rising with astonishing rapidity under the
n fluen of its free lea to th
f in ee princip e pro-
e portion of a great power among the na-
a tionsof the Earth, contributing from it;
a vast store-luiuse of agricultural wealth to
I kedanato clothe their people, whils),
s with a commerce penetrating to every cor-
u ner of the Earth accessible to the fearless
o adventurous, is had reached a position
s commanding universal respect and admira-
. .tion, has been suddenly struck with the
e withering blight of revolution, and the

i a p y
the Empire State of the South, and among
th most ativ al and intuential
e consery e, loy
members of the American Union, has re-
tired from the Goodation, beca its
Northern Confederates had trampled upo
the comlapa compact which secured the
I ri hts of the State the aled
equa g a in gi, acy, and studora cotisciousness of awmen-
cal a gth and political preponderance in

ir do an ab i eteauh Raped
h es
cyfor phe Constitutioq and t eir prine' I
as the basis of Government. The
of all this melanch ly mischief, the ek
Republican Party, having the power to
stay the ruin, obstinately with-hold the
remedy, and like the tyran) Nero who .4.1-
dled whilst Rome was consuming under a
conflagration he had himself instigated,
sitin reckless defiance ofoonsequences and
laugh to scorn the efforts of

:::::, todaytreat wh
nous @difference every appeal to their
sense of Justice. Fird itsapes14ya already
Seceded, resumed their delegated powers,
and in the most solemq inadiner declared
their separate Sovereignty and Indepen-
dence, and two more States will soon do.
likewise; and yet these wretched political
maniacs, seemingryingensible of the wreak
they are making of a Union for which they
profess ag neveh yetseliment, cannot be
awakened from gr madness ad folly,
but seem resolved to let the work of de-
stmetion proceed. The mo@ reasonage
propositions coming from men distinguish.
ed for their conservas(pm and deep love of
Country, are with diifloulty allowed to be
disoposed, and after thip favor has been re-
luctantlygranted, thefdul a beein refeeted
.wnb conrumely. .1u [bear suresolone ar.
regance dwy assume ro be the expounders
of the Cognitiation, to settle sho obligation%
as we(lagrights of the several States, to
declare as non-existant the right of seces.
alon, to denounce anch act as treasonable
and to threaten the people of the Seceding
States with Cooreion-base and impotent
fulminatiosfof theater they have not the
power now to execute, and me) less wift

a desposie majority has acquired, the con-
trol, shall re-sesociate and organize into a
Southern Confederacy.' Adopting the
Languageofblenator Ban.TAxtus, because
moreexpressive and eloquent than any we
can goe, in hislageparting speech in the
U. 8. Senate; we egy to them, "not to be
deludeq into the belief that honor, consili- f

:::ub H
size (p part with them in peace; but if the
sense be forced upap qq, we will endeavor

1Wibb'~' "~- ~-"' ~LC'9t`-JI

to meet t like men, and trusting to the (WIuTTEM ronTux ST. Assuermic Excusse.] and provoke a war to the very death, that The Negotiationsat Washington--'The
God of Battles, strive to reepit victory. 'j'he file 01110@ ft ? will convulso every coup ry in christon- cabinet win not w actraw Anne
fortune of war may be adverse; they may done, penetating into all use eradication son's Garrison,
fill our had with blood-she4 and rain; of commerce and involving a state of an* W.sauJ.manus, Iso., 16 -21@ Cabines

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who inpite(the savags in the revolution, mean this never paging empty sound of propose to gain by this blood hound per- jor Anderson with loseractions to remain
loose upon us those who areao eager for the "Seve the 1,hionl".Who are these Union tinacity, under the mask of coeveing the quiet until further orders. Beyond this,
dayof dissolution, and add to our miseries savers, I ask, but the enedging politicians South? In conclusion, I say to the North- the purportofshtfustractionsis nocknown.

subjugatous-never, never,' nevpr! And What Union do they wish to save? Is it threatoy Coordon-"the rnee in not to the drawn froni Fort Sampter, and that the
our motto still shall be the declaration of the fraternity of discord-and the equality swift nor the battle to the stronal post will be defended against any setaqk.
the immortal Henry of Virginis, I'give us of serv4uge-which the relanous of Worth A VOICE FROM FLORIDA. ----*
liberty, or give qu death.,, alud South now bear to each other? Is it St. Augustine, Jnnuary, 23 18(il. WAsHINGTON, Jan. 16.-Hon. I. W,
misirmams. ""1 "fit?" oi'I' s En" "'.1,71,<:!; To ?;;;;6 b dia pers al ink abwirh the
A-Correspondent of the Charleston Afer- alme use: into perate Representatives of 9ggggy gg (914, anan a
t fr Fe d 8 that- bogh sectiong neat with horitile feelsugsand AIR. EDITon: toned attensively to his proposition, and
e a 1 trooopmhavor e ,ader at St. 8 i a oscous emif e 'MY Far me Union and nm she fired hi put it o anal in ri in
Agggatiop to eglip the Forts &c., and adds. worthy of a great people, but on the cou. I1.- r L. n3 Inu.< walling dbour no hurry to satansis fla as b ders del
aWe have since learned that the detach- trary mak ug themselves a bye word and a so are no us.350 as due th, S consi sy
men a ennt prongit y the wise or- d ai nt I rm natl. 11. 8- w n n, a newc. e hA ccub im n publicaks as pros ag eae cive

A .1 ..a..2r... of I a / /, as ( sq rhe.r do a by th.. Insolent purse prou.3 .=e neat ..males..
\' re ennes he We pr..g..:.rou I...p.v.o and 1the ach FI...r do, though anaril 1)M Vedenalalso
will. an adur lor .r art lhab80 OTO BO[ Wh@id iuCid Dbt 1 14tiddi [by lur pOID( I equb.:ri, 1326 shown handlQSIVE
user galling Man on isolard war ence 018 naulanon r phyl a : .

. E.Is oug LDuitu 0 goodge (UK
rain, a ,pr. Ensurable as he sa

J.e.ce ru(** ed in haul Ue thinks m..t .
.free aceans to the marketshouldbe allowed,
and nine kind relatioks bel 4
uld b 11 ng more aQ
inthe use, Crynendent resolutions
avere this.Ly .ssuealed..aud chen laid n
she tableby thuAbohnonists, dull)em rn.
Lic denators generally keeping alout 8ena-
tor Oritcendon was much exasperated at
this upshot of his eforesac eunciliation.
The How \Y. U. Jilves of Yi
rginia, is
said to be exerting himself, with other
niewhers, is utatqring a plan of bompro.
mise w:th the boder States.

48RINGro.v, an. alook p. m,
-It is enrrentlyrsported this evening, in
well informed choice, that the Presides,
has expressed swillinguess to recognize de

te a le
ILyne to-day, and ur,;e.1 a
his views and demands, ever you ag thefuf
important that will, if possible, preser ve
00. 40% (Old \f BOQLQCru me
pen a 44
it is quite, possible the the propositions,
as committed to writsug, will differ from
those presented verbally on yesterday.
equader way pl.a-e4 us tourd use Ir. no
o 0 a

to prevent their being seisedby Maryland,
WAsnoverox, Jan. 15.--,The Repub-
licans in the Senate to day refused to con-
sider 444 compromise qualations of Mr
Orbienden, of Kentgoky, by a majority of
seven. There is great emittinent among
the Souther4 puservatives in consequence,
Many declare that this actions of die Re-
publicans has thanished powand forever all
hope of compromise. Still, hopes are on-
tena n n9a ru n. r on ho.umum .h

the rate (a-44y of the Republiews inds-
cases a determination on their part to re-
fee all propositions lookipgeto a compro-
Wisethat would he. sagisfactory even tw
the border slave States.
3(r. Holt remains are the heast of lia
War Department. Theie is scarcely any
probabilityof his removal.
Mr. Greinwoot the Commisiioner o(
Adign Affairs, will be apposused .$euro r
of 414e InteriQg.
General Scott cannoues his milir..sry pre-
paratiouspend Wa.D.ngton has more &64
appearance of a uwrqig camp than a 1,>teak
Mr Seward's speech so arill the chemit?
olOuDVerBasLanu. SFdB alif. OF E.GildBH, 1500-.
servasiveasheappleolatestkar hardifre

Ib alle "Sc.elerve O>gred ra
.:.,," says --a U. S. Sebooner in the Rev
one Swisses was Seized at St Aucustin
a tow days age by a d.:1.achuser.t of me
under Capt, Otute A
We are authorized to an) that this to
isanerier. ThevesselalludbdtoU.8.Sur-
veyingSchooner"Dana"iopowand has been
**2";<.1 in her legitimate oiseupatipn un
interruptedly ever since her arr4yal. 4
failure of one of our maila delayed expec
ted funds and we know that money wa
ordered by a Citizen of this place through
an oHicer here to Capt. Don her Comma
derso as toonatTe hint to Contiane his
state Convention, -
Our thanks are due to Hon. GEORGE
R. FAlansas for proceedfuge of this
bod also to Hoo. MATTHEw BOLANA 081

Our tha5c re du a 8. R. MAL
Iodr, for valuable public documents.
--------* *
ag, The underous friends of Dr, R. Gs
MAYS Will 186YR Witit80trOW 11166 he htB re-
Surnedithoule entirely blind. His vision yas
agreatl'yimpaired before taking his seat in the
State Convention, .gid has been gradually
g...-anag .ne sur na.1 lai. 1.18 been entirely de
prived orpists II.-....a i. t.. l... ar, ... c.. rn.
son, who aste..s... t...<, cenersons.yen....l,-=6.
tion to duty a.n i ard-ut urag ..rorusses ps ..
the possibility of his amp his seq( so long

' W.e have been greatly amqsed at the
efforts of the opponents of Mr. YULEE Lo make
out a case against him oriquitrerence as to the
proper courseto be pursued ly the people of
the state 1ecauseba has not been suinniently
noin in a qurge on the ques n us-

geting up the secession of the state,
would have opposedit simply to be in opma
tion to his wishes.
Marion Artillery.

ordThi sGhee OE
ganised in this City. Its oiligers are Capt.
G. C. Gibbs, let Lienb OharleaF. Hopkins,
204 Lieus Johia 0. Builington. Up to this
tide, entipt-when .revented by had wea-
ther, this Clirtapany 194 been qquged in
mounting SS, popsicra.mJ 5;nah hoseners
on the water batte of Fort Marion '

At this important crisis in our" Countrys
fate many of our Citizens have offered their
own services the services of their negroes>
Ag plishmeqt of the Independence of our
beloved Florida. One Oitizen offers to feed
one hundred men awd anotheyhas gue to
purchase ball, for efence.
This is Patrior and all hoper its due
to these gentleman for, theis-ezhibsuan of
slin virtue. ,

ag,, The New Yoriphetitty.Poly! has
the following:
One of the ofteera hazarde4 4 foli;eaoon,

p}e rleOthe eb r ra k 4, "' e
themqelps upon their hospitality; bput it
exceeds my expectation. They gave us
several balls before we landed."

Qg. Fprt Taylor hat shoty heavy as
mounted, and is in a good coqQition of de--
huge; 100-men can hold is against 6000
fora time. Fort Jeferson, at the fortuo
gas, as no guna monuted.
ag, The "logio of events' ip rapidly
orcing all Southern States ag chizens to

f a o
ably ang willingly, eg to 14* driven que in

- 0 N ,ni, anavi j r sys c.,6.pat do in oird.-r to pr .<<-rs the ar. 804 ever
. '^" ",'' "ca %0. One ...nsdent thea cons 2.:r is ocean
e 1, ,p,,..a,,, a arse blessed thus we won be prepared so 1,..
n goneessions a contradlocson in itself of Le music. It is in que power ogshe Norm.
there ever having been any equality and ern people to be aswar or at peace as they
o security in this heterogeneous Unions may think most Conducive to their inter
whereIt dpr no e elim ests, and adapted to our Situation, and
little and there a little have go obscured abould they feel inclined to give Florida a
- LWe tyge import of the Constitution, that thrashing because she has dared to resist
its rays no longer illumine their conteeils; the Black Republican Yoke then let usuan
- an41 who, setting up a higher law doctrine, come.
s liave even Unpugned the light of Divine Every orie knows how much more easy
Revelusion, and enveloped in the ineshes of .
scepticism, all points ei the highput inter- it is to talk about fighting than it is to
- est, shaking to the very centre the exis. fight, from the school boy up to dwabood,
tenceofsocial order, and producing an- andwepresumeitismuch more in keep-
arch in all the ramtfications of commerce ing wish theabolitionish to talk, than inisto
and civilisation! The time has passed, at all ts b b the
when, the sentimental patriat might ex- Might, even t ey may see y
018 14, it Worshipping the shrine of a hol- fourth of March, that knew threats autowns
low Union--"may the tanguebe zgate, agd to but little iq the estimaties of the South.
the arUI PISied, $11at Wogid 10osen one ern people, agd it is to be hope;I that they
ston iri this fair fabrio, or inar its stra will than ce .- st at 10..1=.6 game of brag
ture!" A crisis has arrived in the Ameri- and blems, ni ase a ..u insight as to

a 8n I dr anon r a :
lessAs ..f grave unpays to pse North, and glow whether Meridians have been in
the harbinger uI a gtorious Independence earnestor merely playing the part of foolish
to the Bosnn, whips will ished nu influence cowards in declaring themselves freemen
QVOF 018 0171 IZod DdilollS Of ]& pe, tha$
wilibefelthud acknowledged iif the fu- .
In oper to be underatood. by the La WA slim on, Jun. .11$.-Col. Hayne,
servative portion of American citizens, I the 4.annuan..mou.-c uniq South Carolina,
*,II ade4m was ..xiom---thi.e on L' "" hasif ia understo.*J. ...adur.uad isis so.-w.
p.-resmanebt irrrory inerhear rhe youser 47 ..x...e his urns ..I la:<=, at w. I r.-pmen
so r y*, letters it ..:ntrary to sort.,,, several days louger

Tect A ste ony a u to res a si 'lb inial glmotst wain seces-
restra ned lay poever. The only conserv- present timelihould be studiously argided.
atory action, therefore, is in the immediate Col. Hope hasheen in daily cousaltation
and separate Becession of all those States with the leaders of the secession move-
in which the Institytton of African servi- ment, Who are opposed to precipitating
tarde is not only a cliuiltic necesalty, but a hossilitica-
moLive ower of coumFi resuld a on There is reasaw tob tietieve slwt stron:
to thq North 'thus far shalf, th au go but n o at e as on ent el na
no further!" her vaise befound in oldr- to afford Major Anderson every facility or
ion ages from North to Soulk Trom Enas market anit osher domestic supplies,

cry of concessions and compro wisest de- f kwe are "dro it *
T CerLe 80Cilon QA pa che6 of egates a tihshnoj evr ich rel

againaide ofNordPern fan ticism not con- cire.led here. The 4404 originate with
servatiani) for true conservatism is the pu- Roge Pryordhiember of dOongress drum
pifyigg element, thate, sword tu hand, orse yT11r. rc Id ougla
would strike with a freeman's mi ht for 4 lur..Rreakinddge, Wm. O. Rivers, *44
t eem us right! u.hb nean dqC other Aietingwished gentlemen embracing

dign ster Itation to d solve the all a.hades of. southern and conservative
Union,---4 14qllog namp---a shadow with- aginions The plan is as follows:
out a sqbagarace---q incre fetish worshipi m ),eacen ch insFu on la a
and her representatives at the Capitol, re- ment f the 81 s r a ra-
creant to beg ag to themselves, audd in tion isoinevits ery ques on, o a gey

c gh dan n iwnd of g"" 2d. The Criendea ,Camprea (se, as
4rnmeng, have, with eq eidal hada, struck amended by Nr Dougla, as be received as
blow tipog blow, until the knife has nearly the basis orafairand on abji f la e8nt,
penetrated her vit41st It, is only now diat could take as a settlement rgi
the So th awakening hdar (144rTk 3rd.-The appointmentof a comanialian
thereillikin her own hands, and surlso to can case or use Union, who abad
hanic deliance in 168 Leath 01 the bleaLa ropeant the asuon of Virgaqsa an. inyde
-.vdrthagedourago.,4, allies to use reasud- aspu do themea.u as rgaunct ur'
rateed by does thralans, sq a South- Governaneur, to ny hand and"919tiliF ,
n on a age ad orbran anaug ause waisola rwa leqd to otheion gendiqg

Lson. of the east..o resources so her .,rl the used.auen al V.rgi .
of an expediog fGture gregenges and pree- bth.-An a ca qu the seceding Staces to
perous development. preserve the g quat.up, ,and Abstain
-'('he North is still so blind, fr the film of o6m all acts that may greggliate hosph,
a a ce dpa tain d a uns A despatch from a giatingsiphed conce

perceive, that it is neither the people-tior in Virgiqua says that, there Is no 4 at*
the politiciana-nor the statesmen-who that this plan will asp hot) House
now ho)4'the scales-it is one mi htier La lajb l isla re / Lyors

overthror---gast, down-and trample in purposs
the dust, the pharaanical self gloritioation, .
4litch gogid demolish all instilations, so align Viptoxa from North Carolina report,
thitt is anagin exals itself and all us infidel rains the late movement of Ma or Anderson
theoripp und ims to the high places of the againsk84th Carolina, has egoited gener.

I obil'tw dulged and infunateddfa 6- al iqdignation, and is stirring qq Who
there Are bath twg momentous questions pl .
now aq issue between the North and Bowth; Corr To Navr Yoad-'(he Norfolk

n oa rop o me a
preseted. WiU9the Arch, assuasin-like, say to New York from the former bity dying
to thy Softh upogr money or yogr blood' (be resent squeog.

I ro ri Too
* )er home mdha bands bult.when bedseu"
law now sta.nda qu.,il.n like a as.>rra smit
ten ship neforq thd tempest of a blood
thirsty Northersi inob. Already has h
attempted to reinforce the garripon of for
ISu rbutazfeSslots redfromebbefor
soldiers, who will let him know how muc
in earnest the people of the Sonth are
The forts along the whole Southere sea
board are now, or soon willbe, la possessio
of the States to which they belong. I
those still hold by the United States ar
pot given up to us peaceable then, in
few weeks at the most, mus we make
formaldeclarationofwar. Ipthathour
haowyen will not a rve with the Nort
ngainst the South, bat South expect
you to strike for her honorwherever yo
bre; and, when you have the power, t
bring back yolir ships into Southern water
with the Southern flag nailed to the mist
Ifyouare not strong enough to bring the
rossels in which you serve, then com

N vec a
"roninto the service the teaching of the
&nthern firealdPr and wore gallabely your
birthrighs of chivalric self-sacrifice. Then
remember, my friends, that whenever the
FederalGovernmentattempta by force of
arms to coerce a sovereign $tate from the
exercise of a clearly constitutional right,
thas by that single act you aie absolved
from your allegiauce to the Constitution of
theUnsed Scateag
#hg the Boyh O lina was to
1 da no re A m no
of the public service; bave come back to
her, to perve her if we can, In this we
have forfeited none of youti eateem; but
what the South most asks of you now is to
)ring with yeaevery ship and man youcen,
that webma usedthem against th p re-

aggrieved butanited people,
Your obedient servant,
Late Lieutenant U. 6. Navy
EIkator DickinSOR.

is.ggaggy 2
ipeeeb, iq slie course of which e ini
FThis Union, so beneficently founded
can only be nu.intained upon the great
rane e a cekan5 e3ttanli .embCan

the.Confederacy becoorced into fidelity? It
is one thing to enforce the constitution,
and maintain the laws; it is another to
coorce a State. Let him who thinks that
a State can be coreced, coerce the gun to

en cofplhee fall Cheers. Ooar
the nojust alikecoerce thestaratotreinble,
isoerce the tide to ebbandlow, then go and
coerce a free State into fidelity. (Cheers.]
Our Southern brethren possess an Institu-
iall a sTiv 0 vepy er d sen twe
< ever. It hasbeenwarredupons ithasbeen
eunced until they bare been goaded be.
yond enduratice, :We are the stronger
America. Wei peasees no such
We can aford, and the constitution de-
andsof no, Ihat ye expapd to da thy
Irand of klDdosse, of frasorolor, and fellow.
ship, afad that we red:We eqr 6wn wrong-
doing, and place them on the.5 Per oi-
ed thequali yLon eTee ] That is thu
iray to maintain the Union, and itt cannot
be done in any other manner or spirit.

bOhm.] Let as assure ourselves, not by

the conge(thitiozi and the Union in its true
spirit of eglialitjr (Loind cheers. A voice-
forevey Uertainly forever
I amidr (ight ug the good battle of the

o70e can st us onstitutionfor m6 sir
the Bonds and the Noxoth v one great
battle, butletthe nestion be which shall
lievatabthe rincip eehof then natitution the

:m :.; v.5-Aif
sent da m brethren; some esy there
(pannot ig.

bbs domes nor. whoHf 4il b has
\ne Republican Senators, who defA(
the Unitenges resolation to dily, held a
assess so-night, and deprisined to move 4
moonsideration o(dae vote to morrow. The
moment it was know thab the resoludiine
were defeated t.o day, 3dbat0rA BRDr.Or SQ(
Alaspa telegraphed the taqir imokindiately e6

24* bors,
Asarnerox, 7 1 -8 real, ad
National orders pl the Federal NAvy have
tendered resignationas which wdi be
acceptedh theevqat a seven
sagged a oned b4ing es on
49ercive mission,

n n 33 o
of she Unised Sances to searjq e

Inland Route -

CHAR LE 8 TO 5, S. O.
Plcolata, Jacksonville anti allZandive
on the Rivers Pernandlina Fla. Ha-
cannah Ga .81sflo and Beat-




1 *,aka v. c.. '1. nday nigly at 12
.0 .. .1.,:.. ., Tuesday nighlat 2

reary Tuesday nght
th. .Iuurders ?? uishailarattral
20: Pl
I so verarnal very insiday n ght
iUTLin6 N
CLary :..8

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IX Months after date the Undersigned will
present his &tual accounts and vouchers to
the dudge of Probate of St. John's conn no
ILTo aidChe tateen 04 an8d th sa
tide and place ask for bia discharge.

January 51861. A B. ANOVA,


EGROES wanted to work at the titypentine
business, for which the Subscriber will
pay a liberal price by the Month or Year.
Dec. SD 1860. Magnolia, Fla.

Public Notice.
,as vir,
.r. I I a J Ir

,st, hapnip
/ .e.. 9.4.> . to-rr-L 1st:=0sD
r.AI..l....I N.h ..n.>ull.,
.J., a t., J...i... 0 ces.un ,t... (1,,. 8.
Steer anni W..i. R. Ala.vieso .ne ble....s..eir.g
triaa.NightoSanth edwoma abase feet agiq4soe


Southern mail closes at this Post Office Wed-
neasda 's and Sadurday's atn8 de. M NorPlas n
The Southern mail due Tuesd 's and Fri-
day's by 10 P. M. The Northern mail due
av'= """o'"I 11

Daily Exeent Sunday's from 9 A. M. to 12
M. and from 3 P, M. to 5 P. M.
4 Sunday's the Office will be open one hour for
delivery after thoundlis distributed.

* ^rs or econw>. a amovia cotter,

it imi
0. u .r. In 0, i .
J. i ... al )

O "" "'"
1.. rarh..r...r 31.1,0
**0 In 8.4
per e
not no

rp non or*dele orious. utesso
nc. . di pure ar.4 e na oria qu r

J MES R. 8111Li0N,
Thave madeschemical ana fh,

fla ozief i k eri u y rain

No.16 Boylatonstiset.
For Sale by B. E. WARR,
Sept. 8, 1860. ly


a pre-wear so ani c re oL IPeter ru1
I. e re o

o >.. .gn a gued
r L .ps son s, he as -
ft e. and Ague -

I 8a ec m e
In ouseemplaints
Onfurther investigation' he found that th
boatman attributed toitmiraculouspowers, and
aii s hat h couldn.on bedbtamed from
gentlemanin convening with a Priest obtained
d 1 e i aelPh ar one
ofwhichis was compounded. The won erful
virtues of this article have induced a fu be-
lief in the minds of the nativesin the miritou-
loushealing powers of their Priests.
Since his return to America, it has beeix tried

having been a specificin rain for hundtee
years, for the prevention and cure of For
andk d Biho Fevers-is now offered
It will be senPeby mail, prepaid with full

PI8 pa Deu ,t de & anus +1 r..11axa
$6. Michmond, Ia. Dranch 017 .*, bar e. Lom-
meroeBuild ag bef N U. Ar toa

'tJoryII2 6.1

T A T11 at a
1111 .L7 .I. L

) [}
.I. 10.

cei anhne a, on the re
Nov. 8. SoutPh I IS@,disa.
Re A. Buckwheat
t e

Fo @br isso. E. dARR'F.

0 aplianentary.-THE POPULAR
Wines Importers, Messrs. A. M. BININ-

a e va tierr liar as us, dw dm
ments of their "OLD LONDON DOCK GTN,"
which pears to to ra ul War.]*1e whis be

GIn as a-Reniedlal Agent*
The "OLD IONDON DOCK GIN" of Messrs.
A. J. BRINCER & CO., 19 Broad street, has
12een a favorite with the profession for nanny

productof very careful distillation- the active
.rirs..;pfe-sh,- reer t......,- a c.s...J..)
a n, pre dpa.rtn a .ur or

.,r.,ears I e tal as ..a .. many ..r
\ .. r Ir fr.
tu Of NIN L 1 9 LD L v EpGI 4
r 3

,, ,f a a
no r a...m do ag u e
e.ause. re le.$.@ .
. # e C LIOtti SACTI Rz 51
8West3Dth ierter NT*
t I..4,b,- 1 an J I..olus e.=- us all n.n-a sil
liquors. He ingredients are th@ dralled quic
of caref..11 elected grains, madeWdelicagly
putgenton vorouswiththearomatic care
,of thenjuniper berry. Age has meHo ed call
r la., ...up-> .....s =5, thod given and exquisite
<0=. oily dy-andanalmost
n. Joe La th.. I..qu.A. a-h.el. rw re is
..,., ... .1 -0. It Ir la e.
sis 8&= F .1 n r,

"' L L OfLb.
arr rv. . ..
use .0 f r to

a-ac y. -a us .. . ...
both so p so agent, and a
harniless ara .. to .-rage C if
m e... 0 ... /.<,0.

a writ of Aftecution to me di-
delivered issuing but of th
the County f St. oh a in the
f Florida b Zh of
wherein Fea jr Wilia al-
ad e ee o

. r. ac me Wm Gran n
3dand88 beilj1 eNim r
CiresitGourt b Commassion-
n 24cbo prit ass ang, said

sherse as 08u sy
1. "



assical course is added For

60. few.

a ,

t g Asingag'he



gwas rat frer y lqw priasts for oast or any so-
.',, if,"',assu and rear, yrd a cuts *
friends accompanied with the cash will be
i nT g vegas ifresentian on
11 count friends may re nd i

put up with at care and attention ive on
tire satisfactFdo the purchaser. All amounts
w 11 endlleawed aft e8r 4. are
You have here a list of a few of my large as
same of inds

I o lie lanq e ea le Wh
gre a to n Bh N n Me

Me under 8 F c M

EnglishGainbries, Red and WhiteFlam ele-

Io notes sumsDropeRockcandy, some

April 7-1889, B. E. CARE,


neeneworian wrator or

ha n tti oe etSt a a 1 TILL leave Di. Ifartridge's fearf, Jack-
Healthful and Invigorating, at the same time a y y sonville, at eight o'clook A. He on
mild delicious beverage. It is esleulated to do Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays, For Palathe
away with the v41e drugged stuff that is palmed and Intermediate Laudinge.
offon the community, and which is injurious to EETURNING.
body and mind. To addition to the certilicates Will leave Palatka M eir o'elook 1. M.
geith'AFo'SK'h'A'$Mrrom ag Mondays, WednesdayanadSaturdays. on
ditional testimony from DR, JACKSON, of Bos- TOUCHING AT INTER.11EDJATE LAND[. GS.
n, who testifses under oath to its absolute SA ni 1 as dso Pwith Stag s r

CERTIFICATES. gauld Kitt A. M.don the Down Trip.
Philadelphis,8eptOth,1858. dlebugand int earweeklydir to d
--- -**** '- "'""" 1
rthiers..r fl. *I...fe)* "w*Lurigby+na 2,163
res..ra ,..rr -1 11slill[ !.Jo u
.,[,#,.,,,Is 1 IslaL 51.101. 11.. I rd1.< *L $ft if II IIIRA b. ICAnL
and squ m be DUT it.Pal..ils

kiiExafed kews'


RIog 0 B J 1 Senate de-
ated the Homeo resolet ons contemplating

oc..$" OOpDriated a miiIOD Old01-
Iaill for the defence of the State, and
guthorized the isage Of 0 per cent, treasury
glotes* p
a ArkagSAS Legislature.
Atjnuara, Jan. 18.-The Arkansas
I.o lature hna unanimously passed a bill,
,sy Ling Else Stairs Convents *n glacills.n
as the people, on (1.< leth, February. In
Caseant..40r.tyfavors the holdng ..Idea

ouse ;Cae nor


egan Anderson and sines Dm. 1,.) IBras in**

Near Orleans News. ON Thursday the 18day of January 1861
NEir ORLEANS, &B. 10.-Two thirds otPr 0 1 o 8 o n' 1(o ntyliefo pde e
of the d legates to the State convention are mission to sell the Real Estate of ROQUE LEO-
(ARDY late ofsaid County deceased, and which

14ro thousand med he Fort Pickens- Dec.15.1860. SAU8INA AA /tt

Kentucky News. A.
LitTISVITal.E} Jan. 19.-007. 11BgOffin
AfKentacky, disapprove s of South Carol ALLpergonsindebtedtotheEstateof8ARAH
na's course, but will stand by the 00Data. J. METCALFE late of St. Jobb'Is County
tutional rights of the South against ant named, {hn x q msbtuoeTakeA dmeldiate pays
Adarery rule. He recommends a conven- having chase agatest Said Estate are reqistred
tion of the border Baltimore; and to present the mine within two years, or 4.kis
notice will be plead in bar of their payment.
asks the passage of anti-coersion, resolu- ANNA M. DU.11METT.
tions add an appropriation to arm the Nov. 24 1880. Sw. Executrix

C. pr e of tr tatute

IN 1 ti, Jud$e.
he eb o titlL Dunham er is id tOourt do
correct copy of an Order unade in this L'buse
ofTiHe and Record in this Court.

Jan. 12, 1 all ITiv a bi -li 1 1 I


NOff 18711 fillil Eqilts



capt. Leonwoon.

KINS, Jmm.1 r
act .s <=,rr I iny.
I r... 1.7 4. c.:
.gr wra-ror. ... In-3.o L
' ** -
a re 1 ..o. p by r t..1.. 60 .St...s,s-..rFeiniandi-
is:L reduced to.7 cen per foot, to Jacksonville
6 e..r s. 1 I -rain .<.-9 I'.al .I.Is.. ..-r.I.. Grain
c. all so., a iss.,,;...,;,.,;,, ; -r e., 8 .. as
6 P **,dual. r sp. ......ia, '1 e
Ir ..41.1, .... I,..r. ...,- red
La 1 Tli 1. *P,
..1,0: r..r..andaug-
ff it CFliblitatif \:--ra.
E.,,- le:..- st co.,, i.,, a ,

o list. I's.r; r re ly e
jeani Pa., 6Bst, g

y)Y virtrie of an Execution issued out of the
D Circuitcourtfor the counties of Volusia nd
Brevardinthe Eastern Circuit of Florids and'tc

nah, Bretard coupty Ibrida e 1st Monday
of A il 1990 a tl atli s ies i 1
sourest .4 Eve Th usand three Run4red awl
'" beingthel artdfoo
o .c. sa. J Br. ru 1 .so grante(to Samuel
ei J MI to d yb:F Jual not candrm-
su. inw .. pomposei anal else as

I.e s veTare.s psapanes us.uffirwfu%
usu.isy .. e *
Th. au as la sist -1 tail the first

q,.r.e.1 annul the t
..Lu sense .4 postpqed until the at
ad J next. .
sheave lakes postponed untal the first
M.1s*1ELY as L *Let EncIr
above sale is postponed until the ftrat
eabovesaTeis poseponed untilthe firs
Monday in December next.
The above sale is postponed until the first
r The above sale is postponed until the firss
Monday in February next.
The at,. .. asle .. p ..s...nel until the first

in" a sep. until the Arst
The above sale :. 14:Epone-i until the first
inday Ma Ine so.postponed until the first
monday in Junk sext.
The above sale is postponed until the frrs'
Mye.-iny in non.
n... ...... i. e.won.a ..ux a. c....
The above sale is postponed until the first
Monday in September next,
MoTnj a or 0 ri stponed utif th ast
The above sale is postponed until the ftret
x new na 8ve .oned until the farst
Motiday in December n6xt.
The above sale is is postponed until the first
Henday in January 18til.
The above sale is postponed until the first
Monday in February.
Acting, Sh vard County,
March 5th-1859.

CHABLESTON, Jan.. -10.-=Matters are
quiet here. It is generally unticipa that
when'the State batteries open on Fo Sum-
ter, Major Anderson will only make a show
Troops are this evening transporting Col
ambiad guns to the battery on Can inings.
Point, whichisonly three quarters of a
mile from Fort Samter. '
--e-, .
?glkagipBaps, Jan.*-M- -11 we ad .
JI(---Liant s:.Todbot arrLved here quite
aluidealyto-night.Ambisreturnfrqin ash.
Gov.Pickens is said to have ermitted
Major Anderson to seud to Oburleston.mar-
Ites for supplies. This has caused great
dissatisfaction among the citizens Meur *
Whileinglersonis ractein his men in
thiewing hand grenades, and has erected
wooden screens to repel assaults.

PromWe gton..
WAammeron, Jan. 18.-Gen. Rayne
has posoponed the presentation of his com-
artilienties to the Presidelit until Mond y.
This is done to in sime.
Herman'si speech in the Federal House
of Representatives to-day, was a fierce war
ppjinal to the North, ,to resent the insult
offered to the Federal flag, by the Morris
Island batteries at Charleston,
Crawford of Georgia, responded in an
eloquenedefence, of Oarolina's oburse '
Iloit's nomination as Secretary of War,
was confirmed in time Senate to-day after a
violent debate. The vote stood es 38
lays 13,
Reagan of Texas. left Washingtoo for

o mto y to arg tbo people of ha State

lie ruary, upona Bendments to the Con
phitution. q . .
Dodley Mana, Farg., leaves here to-day
g) swop'plgols for Enroje, entrusted with
the business to 80ash Optoline, Mr, Mann
38 on a magalon to trade be.
tween Boath Osrolina and Europe, He is
said to go out provided with letters from
the Governors of Boat]) Carol pa ang Geop.
sis. -

graphed to the Coter er.

* e AnothintJ411sigu4)iones. *Commander
libenezer Parrand. V. 8. N., lately in
pomdisind of the Penancola Navy Yard

sh whop sypinted.

IK months after date I shall apply f the
Judge of ProbateofSt. JohnsOcunty fl. 1-
or sw mA mini r ..
deceased. D. L. LE

Umi istrator
Now, a 8) at


n a ra.o .,1
AI SUEL PRINGLE decess..I nte rs.......s-
ed.. An4 411paigons hav g elain.s againse ttle
said Estate are require to presentshesame
within two years, or this notice will be plead
in bar of their paystent.
: Administrator. ,
Oct. 18, 1860 8tr.


I RS ]) or
P' '2-16
* FAPI, Fr0priet07.
HE Subspriberhas the pleasure to announce PIIVa
that his establishment has recently un-
rgone improvements onloulated to render it
still more neceptable to the numerous guests
a nos 0 1 2 iv ax
ones, r
adDi e mm dMo{ e8ri 1 ne 8 But.. rnerL
th ty and conveniences of the house.- .
e last few weeks the Proprietor .has 17*9. o 1800*
re- sit at the roopisthoroughly and com-
pletal with the best and most elegant furniture SHE
selected by himself in the City of New York Y virture of
withoul, egard to expen and with a view to reacted and
render ,e !'FLORIDA &IOUSE" without a' Circuit Court of
rival amon at SOUTHERN HOTELS' Eastern Circuit o
The PLORIDAHOUSE ismostadvantagzous- Novelather 1860
n ng so o 2n

are f tmd growing in perfootical; 2 It ver kc.
'I' abbierans passed, an fudraiebedwith a So dange
The Servants in attendangeywill be found Eled in St. Joha's
P@ iv stenti all eirarts ers in art on o
excineively and unremittingly to a ihanise the
comers ud secure the eatisfaction ot his tineste. January 5, 186
ex tade t caus ,b at a a hi e
conti KING's MO
0. 84,


r e. at.o P escrie Elix r or o thm go a A cl
g at, R 8 use od fu ata

ept. B. E. CARR, December 1 18

i PAhNTS AND 01148.
}NEED Oil., white Lead, Turpentine
& kC me Yeetl C N net

Sept. 111. g. 044 Nov. 18, 1860

D Pillows, Hair and Heas Mattresses Bed-
:Reads, Bureaus Tables, Chain Washatand,
Lamps Dining Tabins, Looking Glaces, Brass
Fenders, Shovel and Tonga Andirons, assorted
Curtain Shades. Andlestsoks, Rocking Chairs,
Feathers, Hair, Moss.
Nov. 17., D. It CARio

Mexiogn Mustang Ligin at


arts 8 ever p rmea .so ar cure no

o to
we se that me Lone who cons Jers I won
1. sea. .as b} on older
gi 0 1on L.uimer, as doing evena-Jor. ap
"are T San rs teau.nony so remorang us e.**r y
d ad witai{L As. L to e.g. no I
ger..une M a.u c.g se. amid ny all respe.:Lause
de BARN d & Idrietors, New- Yoric

has just returned from Savaunah, with a fresh
legantS oke g do w ich iapr parea

December 1 1860.


Nov. d V & CLAR Bideford, 8Maine.

The CharlestOR HOEcury.
gives the latest and moei relisible political, corit-
mercial and general news from all parts of the
odld. ITse special correspdondel afernish bo{
everything 0 neerest that transpirea in the
great cities ofEurope and Amerloa*

umon or he southern states in maintaininE
the 1 ury yearisedvance; $1

ordFo paper seat unless thy cash accompanies the

For, 101 so $ITsTi$'c.

OO Bags to 2 Nay.COc Pea. for-table
NT 17. 3. E. CARR.

~t~i~r kiBOL


le Bording,
"-7 *
A fe r t.. rd. r b

1, .ghts an c..m
rt r } to ag a
C. L last ryg *


III e try ORRI) Of the United

Ti. -
I lia ..In ..t same- pi the t.rcel and
c .. el ts; .II..arated Wu. Is. put.ia.,h.-d
" no ar., or it.. na.nt .ra.-.. 91.0
coura ur, at to Line w.rsu vi tree I am.= r,
11,: 1. ase u r, at sea, a 1,.a year p...via1.. *D
e men eryl b c..i .c. a ut -un ...I

t .Ia .nt dustr us


Reliable orders from t he &.1.. by Mail or
Telegraph, filled, on application to
AUSTENSysAgent 7
in Pearl Street, N 7'
Kerosene is also to be obtained 16 the Man"
ufactitlets' Prices, of all the New York Whole-
sale Druggists, Grocers, Camphene and Burn-
ing Finid Mapufacturers and Itealersan Lamps-
N. B.-KEROBENE is the trade-
mark of the Kerosene Oil Co.,andall
persons are cautioned agasust using the
amid trade-mark for other oils.
Oct. 15. 8m

O .

Oheap Goods,



L C, .'
@4 Jan -
Ot$ CapS.
Brokelooseearryia way
the spare change like a
merciless showman every
body must have a new Hat i he
can afford it, and every body must know all
about the various kinds of Hats in order to
chooselmewlagly apph a variety. Every thing
from a slove-pl59 4oys (pp pheepe, irith Brpad
Brime, Short rimp, Round Frams and no
Brims at all, Beaver Cisimed Plush and velvet
Morphy Pikes Peak Bonner Sombrero, Jaunty
Plug Ugly Swell Head Ventilatorgy Equlators
rm ahT 4 ar f att god manw
always slept i his has. So hurrall for hats.
Nov. 12. T. NELSONj


N. 140 GERO

6 "si "iY"lawaia'Cle" ? a'rh a

WOULD respectfully inform his friends
th 14% to thoa dh is 1wg
us, wt*,W1..T,'"", ,"1.."','!"
themosbfacshi n anG @wn Icoth 8b opn
Skin, and Fancy Cassimers, V mgs, Neck
TiAell ders executed in the best style of work.
manahip, for cash only.

300 Acres situated about 6 miles from a .
For sale is St. Augustiss 5p usatiine Fla, a8 ei he vTy him
B. E. CARR, bered with Live Oak ilt for ship building, and
April 14--1860. is adapted to the cultivation ofany erops grown
* in the southern country. Also 80 acres of Land
situated about 17 m.les south of St. Augustine,
GETABLES, PeasCorn, Ro, &e. a place called Fish's. For further particulars
B. E. CAgA, applyto F. P. FERREIRA.
op). 22-18004 St. Augustine, July 14, I 60.

Trospectusofthe Daily and Weekl7

of our city from this date, and such
I e increased interest manifested among
our business men for the establishment of
a daily aper in thiB 0 if> tha) we find it
absolute y neo ryUto a nr 1R pN
lication of due AY OF THE ENSUING
y!ONTII, SEPTEMBER. It will always
sl< st b res eNful conopera edwl I

the principles of the party within ice limits
All Stateraterests and whatever will add
to the prosperity of our yotmg and growing
8tate will receive due attelation.
The interests of our beautiful and grow-
ing eity will be looked after with constant
solicitude .
1415 he distinctly understood that the
OBSERVER will always contain the very
Intest news of the day, reports of markets
and enrefully selected matter of value and
parity for the family circle. Particular
ocearring in Alabamsand Florida.

(EsrAerasso 1854.)
Announce that, having made great improve-
ments in the manufacture of Kerosene, they are
now enabled to offerit to the Tradest
The attention of custompra is respectfully
called to the subjoined stable, the result of a
pitotometrical examination, by Ed'd N. Kent
of New York, Chemist, and dated Feb 8,

808 Broadway, New York.
After JItay Ist, 1860 at 501 BROAD WA Y, troo
doors from the St. Nicholas Hotel.
The Stereoscope is the inost instructive, in-
teresting, entertaining, amusing, and exciting
of modern inventions.
None are too young, none too old, none too
intelli nt, ne too uneducated, to acknow-

anPw @ 0 polete without it, and it must
15 presents to your View every part of to
world, in all the relief, boldness, perspective,
and sharpness of detail, as if you were on the
Eu i eric eAm i ease Io
grand and the beautiful, and the results df their
"skillTre niching our stock.
A We have an immense riety of paper Views
of scenee in Paris, London, nghtnd, 8eosland,
gr analian a n, France.r n um, n
Fontainbleau, Tallence.. raay, base a gypr,
Athens, theHo:> Lana. Cam.a. Iants, seal
Palace-also ass.,4.e, amus m
riage seenes, breau ar c..ene, p seve...
E.ry, he he to esqueene assurement oI lin...
mandate ..1 Pedulers. 4 blacLtd, Basi
4 cathedral of France. Italy. de Ac The ef-
en or these Blumented eqs
Every gentleman of weedlin and refused use
abould base la bae drharag room spape of our
e xplane views can gims.5, with e revolvitigatereo-
scope. shewrag 1.. .fe, 80or 100 scenes. &Toth.
my can be mere fue.:snating, and one can offer
nt* gremier treal to a fr.end fond of the pictn-
resque and idle beaumul.
Anthon'y Instantaneous Stereoscope Views
are the latest Photographic wonder. They are
taken in the fortieth part of a second, and every-
thing no matter how rapidly it may be moving
is depicted as sharply and distinctlyss ifit had
been perfectly at rest. This givesanadditional
value, for to the beauties of inanimate nature it
adds the charm of life and motion. The pro-
cess is a discovery of our own, and beifig un-
known in Europe, we receive from London and
Paris large orders for Anthony's Instantaneous
Views of Amerlesia life and Boenery. ,
Among other things we have justgablished
tr anydh see o
hearts feel an interest. The particulars of this
will be found in our catalogue"
Our estalogue of subjects and prices will be
forwarded to any address on receipt of a stamp.
Parties at a distance sending us SS, $5, $10,
$1fg$20, or $25 can have a good instrument
offauch pictures as they may request, sent by

ig. ne, (without instrument) can be

n 31 a dx o c eo
will keep them posted at our own expense.
Men of leisure Will find Photography a most
fasoilist ng ad delightfuleamuse1meneve El g
necessary for their success together with in-
Structions "How to take8tereoscopicPictures."
Importer and Manufactur fN oON aphic
Materials, Stereescopes and Stereoscopic Views.
age Merchants from evexey section of the
iq et t cle v r &mo I on ex-
Irode will be liberal.
ToP II otegrap la ers.-Firak class
Y"rt."Jf:"'I's':".ud ntedwith price
of ative. 4m.

masoneNARY 8 LE OF *
soutoo la 7 8:


(Formly H. ? DEGBAAP,)
No. SYBOWERY.New York.
This establishment is six stories in height, ana
exte 1 242feetthroughtoNo.65Christiestreet,

in the United Statgp.
They are prepared to oirer great inducements;
to the Wholesale Trade, tor Cash or Time.-
Their stock consistsin part, or
| Mahogany
and Wannot
Also. Our and unaw Scar work, all at
lies. Elasn is:-c. nr.a as
large a--sk. E swear. CL'.5MBAB, n- 4 s.,


or man flarag defy *oris-
No Goods Retailed ozE Time.
March l0-1860 Sm.

"RATs cous out or main nond TO DIE.
a ,,
Costar'a" RatRosch, ke.12teMRina-
a ,,
"OOStar'8" EleGtri0 POWders f0f In-
se &O.

B ts- oacheAs---Mice Mole round M e-
Insoects on Pl se*a ies Ac., &c.-

ee theBt4blis odt fli -tYorCICityP used
and Station House-the City Steamers, Ships
&c.-the City Hotels, "Astor,'' "St. Eicholas'
&c.-and by more than 20,000 private fami-
]@P Driaggssts and Retailers everywhere sell
them. Whole
II ?"' sale Agents in all the large Cities
and Towns. ''
a as ofspurioils imatations

g@P Addressorders-orfer Circular to Dea-

lersE RYR, CO3TARPxxxerrar. Dr.ror,

,.au sno ow v, torresis.a.mia. .u.e.z
afoR."Iso. B. E. CARR.

,,4',1 11

wraneawarams ***- *
Peneacola, Aug. Ed, 186O*

70001 HOUSE
AT TOCOE on the St. Johns
river East Florida is now ope
for the reception of Boarders.
This Hotel has recently been
built and newly furnished. It fs on the East
Age of the St. Johns river six miles above Pieo-
1sts at the terminus of the St. Johns Rail Road
(now being constructed) connecting this point
with St Augustine. Aline of stages will leave
St. Augustine every Thursday for Tocoland re-
turni aldT oT oldereryFriday until the
Applicants for board will please apply to
E. T. PAINE, Tocoi Fla.
Bee. 10 1859.
Health and Happiness Beaured I
YOUNG MEN who are suffering from the Of-
acts so abuse can be surelyandperm44ea-

The Concentrated Oure !

R$sprepared by
Andless long been known here as
Nw d StaT fpdeap mn it3rr to
weakenedbjr exebas, or by
This preparation is nota 8TIMUI.ENT, but

Thessistedareinvitedtotryit.) ,

peadfor c ar8fs at LYa e dy, and

Cank n PERail.Tne IE O LtAaRmonth.

Wo.Y42Broadway, Z, W.

assoble3fedFical Tre se disease and
September 1, 1800. ly.



T.E Chambers. Fiano Manu-

(Formerly Dubois & Studart, and Dubois,
Baeon & Ohambers.).
Warerooms inthe "Bible House,"
Cor. Sth6treet & 4th Avenne,

systion guaranteed.
A. B.---4fendf$r a circular, said dese tioney
("rt.. "'" ...


The Chat o Mereary.
gives the latest and most reliable political, com.
Inercial and general news from all parts of the
world. Its special correspondents furnishby
Mail and Telegraph, full and early scoounts of
t g oojEipto at dhat tr napires ig ths
he HOWS Of the South receives
Political y tlalfEECHEYreprese otheStattC
ng of the Southern States in maintaining
, the s ury, 1 year in advance; $10,00
Tri-Weekl7 " 6,00
Lo pa er sept unless the cash accompanies the
Nov. 10 1800 01 al a p.

N Boxes. Olives, Capers, Pickles, Mustard.
Red Pepper, French chocolate, blazona,
Currant Jelly Preserves, Hermetically 5 ed
Sardines, fresh Salmon Rice Water, Bay am.
Nov. 17. B. E. CARB,

F 4. .




Fr st o ol
WORTH FROM $2.00 TO $3.00.
oTuERrTweent ein oPf ru on d t to
at" a ro. a..""ii'J"ar"" """';" :," 5 d hyw
b 18 esul etrhaanwe is ac iy ed on on a .edOr re tf m shy co at
We wish itanderstood that thx sNo Lgstery, promptly attended to with great care and atten
but a fair and legitimate sale, which each tion to give entire satisfaction to the purchaser
purchaser gets the value of his or her money in fly country friends may rely upon it if th
a GOLD PENCIL WITH GOLD PEN AT- send me orders for dry goods that they will
TACHED, OR A GOlyD LOCKET, worth $5 put up with great care and attention to giviou
each, which cannot, baboughtat anyretailatore tire eatisfaction to the purchaser. All amounts
for the same price; and in addition to the pur- purchased at this house ever twenty dollars
chase, each person receives a Premium of Jew- will be allowed a five per cent. off, for 94alse...
elry, less in value than $2, and it may be weirk You have here a list of a few of my I as
$3, 5, 8, 10, 15, 20, 80, 50, or even $800! sortmentof goods. asrge
We propose to let a person blow what Pre- GOOD &
mium >. wm genessina as....,. ......ans or w..mense exons.n...xis 0..
Any Lady or Gentle desirxag eye. of the aimeres, Pilot Cloths, Satinetts had K. Jean,
above articles, can faret send us their name and Tweed Cloth, Fancy Cassimers, Ladies Cloth,
address.,atating whether theywant the Pencil Merinosof allcolorsEiguredaildplain Delates.
and Pen, or Looket,- and we will make their grey Blankets, negro Blankets, English hievil
***-ion, andinformthemby return mail what noes, Makindiw Blankets, Negro Kersey, Meri-
Premium they are entitled to. They can then mach Prints, Ladies and If use. Genr.

Our plan, from long experienoein the above English Cambries, Red and War.Plannels.
bush.e Las g.von grand allidracuouasonal T, NEUsoil
.;'"."utflatel'st."w':?k "

no ung

*,f Pencil and Pen and Premium, or Look- Herees, itp has no equal. No person wil
- nr railife'ni " for a remix and v. without it who>...... e..ees it.v.xu.. "As
orIwices a with.referencetothegeneral estimation or the
Among car Premiums are articleasuitable for blustang Linimpt, I canch erfully say that no
Ladies and Gentlemen, such n a (qk ever er1forged so an Mones a ur
Gentlemen's gott agg Bilver Watch. field, Come." 8. Luxton, Esq., Hyde park Vt.,
qg, Gold Vest and Guard Chains, writes, "that the horse was considered worth-
son ex v.dag .. sea ;,*M'"a-,4-ut*," bbh[sindelthef e e

"tifff.,??i'-'!"" ""' G teHn n 'Te a amoe toFhnTu
finst Gold Rings, lia should .Jave it. Beway of failations. Thq
FOR LADIES> 1 rfethMe g t esoldrlF all respectablq
We have GoldTYatches, Florentine, Mosaic, Gold BARNES & PARK, Proprieters, New-fork
Stone, Cameo, Garnet and Coral Breast Pins
and Ear Rings, Gold Bracelets, Gord Sleeve (GS Dates Gum Drops Rook Candy? Ac.&o
'Pa a el n'sG ,ox 8, April 7--,1860, & & AEL
corU e ep n le references given whenerg
N. B.-In sending your names write the
State, County and 'I'awn plainly, as as to avoid
\pQers being miscarried. N the street by a Servant a gold ring. 'lih4
Ad4tess, ANOLli & CO., owner can obtain it bjr calling ois.
.400 CANAL ST T, (Old No.) Q. (#. GIBBS,
NEW YORK you 18, 1880.


a bro no axerationadis souledm*
d ng a is an
asem espealal and peanniary interest of aB
Far sakin St. Augwath(

pril 14--- 16Ut).

EB T.. TSS '

88 JSpeptic
Remedy has'th6 Isr-

genit salb of any me-
digiDO 1 1 the WOrld.
p00, 000 .Inickages
SOld in Georgia and

BOuth C RFOlill& in
FO Fie6Dmonths. It

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